The city could open a new era on the food scene this week if officials pass a long-awaited policy allowing food trucks to do business around town.
A set of rules that emerged from several rounds of talks between food truck operators and restaurant owners would let food trucks set up on private property - as long as they meet certain requirements.
In Raleigh, food trucks have been able to seek permits to do business only for special events. But the policy under consideration Tuesday would allow them to set up on a daily basis. ...
Food truck advocates faced resistance from restaurant owners who point out that they pay high-dollar rent and property taxes, and said they shouldn't have to compete with low-overhead operations parked outside. ...
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